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THE 



AM 




I 







BEING 



COLLECTION OF NEW AND ORIGINAL 



CHURCH MUSIC. 

Srnmgei unit Cnmp ojgeii ty 
CHARLES ZEUNER. 



BOSTON: 

PUBLISHED BY OLIVER DITSON & CO., WASHINGTON ST. a fc 

C. C. CLAPP & CO., 69 COURT STREET. NEW YORK: S. T. GORDON. 
PHILADELPHIA- BECK & LAWTON. CINCINNATI: TRUAX & BALDWIN 



EIPL AN ATIOIV OF THE HSUAE TERMS I IV SACRED MUSIC. 



Accelerando, constantly accelerating in speed. 

Adagio, slow. (ma, but; non, not; troppo, too much; 

Molto, much or very. 
A Due, Duetto, is a composition in two parts, or for two 

voices. 

A Tre, Terzetto or Trio, in three parts. 
A Quartre or Quartetto, in four parU. 
Ad Lib. Ad Libitum, without strict observation of time, 
or at pleasure. 

Affettuoso, affectionately. Con Affetto, with affection, 

or tender expression. 

Alia breve, or Alia Capella, or a C with a line drawn 
through, signifies two beats in a bar, and to be per- 
formed quick. 

AUegrezza, lively. 

Allegro, (or Alio.) brisk, quick. Allegro assai, di molto, 

agitato, vivace, an increased quickness of Allegro. 
Allegretto, a little brisk. 
Allegrissimo, as quick as possible. 

Alto, in German, Italian, and French compositions, means 
always the second Treble, to be sung by a female or 
child's voice ; but in English compositions, it signifies 
a high Tenor voice. 

Andante, a little slow. 

Andantino, a little faster than Andante. 

Amen, yes it will certainly be done, or be it so, or may 
it be so. 

Amabile, amiable. 

Amoroso, tenderly. 

Animoso, animate. 

Anthem, in former times meant a portion of the Scrip- 
tures, set to Music : at present, however, it means not 
only that, but also sacred words put to Music, for 1, 2, 
3 or 4 voices or parts. 

A tempo, in time : used where the singer is at liberty 
to retard, or quicken the time; and means that strict 
time must again be resumed. 

Aria, an air — song. — Arietta, a small air — song. 

Arioso or CantalUe, a melodious air. 

Bass, the Bass part, and the lowest part in harmony 

Bit, twice, or repeat. Q 



Brio, Brioso, Con Brio, fiery, or with great animation. 

Brilliante, a brilliant style or manner of execution. 

Cadenza, a close; or a preparation to close, whole or half, 

Canon, a scientific composition. Explanation would 
be entirely useless without knowing contra-point and 
fugue. (There are a great many kinds of canons: 
pr. Ex. canon simplex, canon duplex, canon triplex, 
canon apertus, canon clausus, canon amigmaticus , 
canon eirularis, canon infinitus, canon perpetuus. 
Some canons receive their names from certain kinds 
of imitations, like canon in Hypoditono, in Epidiatcs- 
saron, in Epidiapente, in Hypodiapente, in Epidia- 
pason, in Hijpodiapason, there are, perhaps, more than 
fifty kinds of canons.) All such names and expres- 
sions, on the top of a canon, have no meaning for 
performers, except in the canons eirularis, and infin- 
itus, where only one part begins. 

Cantabile, singing in a pleasing style. 

Calamlo, (or Calo,) a diminution of time and sound, in 
general. 

Canto, Cantos, the Air, the voice part or the melody. 
Concertante, is added to a piece where the parts have the 

melody alternately. 
Chorus, a composition for not less than 4 parts, often to 

5, C, 7, or 8 parts, sometimes signifies Chorus; Tutti; 

for all the voices. 
Coda, the close of a composition, or an additional close. 
Con fwoco, wild, with fire. 
Con, wilh 

Con anima, with soul — expression. 
Comodo, like Allegretto, commodious. 
Con moto, fast. 

Crescendo, or Cresc, to swell the sound — Decrescendo, or 

Decresa., to diminish the sound. 
Da Capo, (D. C, orD. Cp. to repeat certain strains, or 

from the beginning, unto the Fine, (End.) 
Dal segno, (D. Sg.) from the sign. 
Diminuendo, (Dim.,) gradually slower, diminishing. 
Divoto, solemn or aevout. 
Dolce, sweetly or soft. 

Doloroso, eon dolce, melancholy or dolorous. 



Duo, Duetto, for two parts, with or without aecompaa* 

ments of an orchestra. 
Duolo, con ditolo, with pain, sorrow. 
E, and, as moderato e Jlebile, moderate and complaining. 

Erpressivo, expressive. 

Fagotto, Bassoon — also a stop on the Organ. 

Falsetto, or voce di testa, Head voice produces the higher 
tones; is of a more delicate and soft sound, artificial, 
and seems to originate from the throat. 

Fastoso, sublime. 

Finale, the last part. 

Fine, the end. 

Forte or F, loud. 

Eortissimo or FF, very loud. 

Sforzando, or Fz., > < with force, emphasis. 

Fuga or Fugue, a scientific composition where the parta 
constantly imitate and according to certain Rules — 
there are many kinds of Fugues. 

(Fuga ricertata, fuga libera, fuga saluta, fuga sciolta, 
fuga recta, fuga retrograda, fuga per augmtmtationem, 
fg. p. diminutionem, fuga per arsin et tfiesin, in rela- 
tion to the Theme .- fuga composita, fuga incomposita, 
fuga authentica, fuga plagalis.) All such names and 
j expressions are immaterial to the performers, and no 
anxiety need therefore to be felt concerning their 
meaning, nor that of the different canons. 

Grave, very slow and serious. 

Gustoso, or con gusto, with taste. 

Hallelujah, Hebr. lang. signifies praise the Lord. 

Innocentamcntc, innocent. 

Interval, the distance between any two tones. 

Largo, slow — slower than Adagio. 
1 Larghetto, pretty slow. 

Lagrimoso, Lamentabilc, Lamentoso, lamenting. 

Legato, slurring the notes together. 

Lento, slow like Adagio. 

Lentando, rallentando, ritardando, gradually retarding; 
Listeso tempo, in the same time. 
Ma, but 

Major, the correspondent major kev, or major in gtneral 

Marato, diminishing. 



EXPLANATION OF THE USUAL TERMS IN SACRED MUSIC. 



Varcato, well i«l ked, or accented. 
Majestoso, majestic. 

Melody, the highest part, principal part, air. 

Mesto, mourning. 

Men, less — men forte, less strong. 

Meno vivo, with less spirit. 

Messa di voce, swelling aDd diminishing the strains or 
sounds 

Mezzo, half, mezzo forte, (MF.) half loud (MP.) half soft. 
Minorc, the correspondent minor key . or minor in general. 
Moderato, moderately. 
Vol to, much. 
Morendo, dying away. . 

Motetto, a »ocal composition, in general fugueing style, 
the words taken from the sacred scriptures, and never 
less than 4 parts, often for 5, 6, 7, or 8 parts. 

Aim, not. 

J\'ola Sostcnuta, passing quickly from piano to forte, and 

from forte to piano. 
Organo, Organ. 

Pastorale, in a natural, (pastoral) style. 

Patetieo, pathetical, grand, passion, effect. 

Parlanto, more speaking than singing. 

Piano, (P.,) soft, (MP.,) half soft. 

Pedal, that part of the Organ, played with the feet. 

Perdendo, Perdendosi, losing itself. 

Piacere, apiacere, at pleasure. 

Pianissimo, (PP.,) very soft. 

Pietoso, soft, hasty. 

Fik mosso, quicker— piii presto, strato, the same. 
Piii, more — pih Allegro, mote lively — piii forte, louder. 

pik tosto Andante, rather a little slower. 
Poeo, poeo a poeo, by degrees, poeo d poco ertgeendo, to 

swell the sound by degrees. 
Pompoto, grand, pompoui. 



i Portamento di voce, is the art of sustaining or carrying 

1 the voice, (or sound,) blending the notes together; 

j contrary to portamento is the staccato. 

! Presto, quick — Prestissimo, very quick. 

I Primo, the first part, 

j Quasi, nearly as. 

j llallentando, Ritartando, to diminish the time and sound 

i gradually. 

I Recitativo, a sort of musical declamation, having to each 

j syllable, a musical sound. 

j Risoluto, resolute, resolved, decided. 

j Ritornello, repeating certain phrases, the expression ta- 

j ken from a sort of ancient poetry : Rondeau cest ma 

I ritournelle conlinuelle. 

I Secondo, the second part. 

I Semi Chorus, half the Choir or voices 
Segue, or (Seg.) go on to the following. 
Scmpre, or semp. always, throughout the piece. 

| Senza, without — senza replica, without repetition, 

i Serioso, serious. 

i Siciliano, a more slow movement, in general written in 

j 6-4, or 6-8 time ; like pastorale. 

iSmorzando, becoming extinct. 
Soave, Sweet. 

J Solo, for a single voice, (part,) Soli, for single voices in 

j more parts. 

i Sopra, above — come sopra, as above. 

j Soprano, for a high Treble voice, signifies Treblt voices 

I in general. 

j Sostcnuto, or Sost , dwelling upon rests, in giving them a 

j peculiar expression. 

) Sotlo voce, middling strength of sound. 

j Spictato, distinct. 

! Spirituoso, or con spirito, with spirit. 

j Staccato, or Stoceato, (Stacc-,) short and distinct. 



Stretto, and Stringendo, pressing the time faster. 
Stringendo, pressing, hurrying on. 

Syncopatio, is a slurring of the notes contrary to the nat- 
ural Accent. 

Tasto Solo, (T. S.) signifies in unison all unisono ; in com- 
positions for the Organ, signifies it without the Pedal 
base. 

Tanto, very. 

Tempo, time — A tempo, in time — Tempo primo, the time 
of the first movement Tempo secondo, the time of tho 
second movement. 

Tando, slow, 
t Tempo gusto, like moderato, but not so serious. 

Tenore, con tenerezza, tenderly, with tenderness. 

Tenuto, like sostenuto, (Ten:,) sustain the tone with equal 
strength. 

Tenore, Tenor, a high male voice, the third part in com- 
positions for four parts. 
Timoroso, alarmed, timorous. 
Trio, a composition for three parts. 

Trillo, Shake, moving two successive tones constantly, 

and quickly after. 
Tutti, (T. or Tutt.) all together. 
Un poeo, a little. 

Unisono, Unison, sounding alike, in one or more octaves. 
Veloce, quick. 

Vivace, or Vivo, a quick movement 
Vivacissimo, very quick. 
Volta prima, the first time. 

V. S. Volti Suhito, si volti, Verle, turn, turn quickly. 

Vigoroso, strong, vigorous. 
I Voce, the voice. 
! Voce di petto, chest voice 
j Voce di testa, head voice 
i Ztio, ardent, zealous. 



INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING 



Of .71 in sic. 

Re)nark: Music consists of Melody and Harmony. 

Melody, is the air or tune of a composition, or the most conspicuous 
and flowing, and generally the highest part. 

Harmony, is the combination of several sounds at once, by which an 
agreeable effect is produced on the ear, and the connexion existing be- 
tween different Chords, (whether Conchords or Discords,) in a whole 
composition. 

JYotes, signify all signs by which the different sounds are expressed, 
recognised or represented; also the Cliff's, Rests, Dots, and all other 
necessary characters. The notes are placed higher or lower on the 
lines or spaces, according to the height or depth of the sounds which 
they indicate. 

FIRST LESSON. 

OS THE STAVE AND CLEFS. 

The system of lines on which musical sounds are represented by signs 
called notes, is termed the slave; — thus which has nine de- 



grees, namely: five lines, and four spaces (counting from the bottom up 
wards.) 

thus 



The five lines. 



The four spaces. 



On these lines and spaces of the staff* are placed the notes of music, 
(musical notes are expressed by white and black signatures, thus C or •; 
they have stems occasionally attached to them, which may run upwards 
or downwards, it is quite immaterial,) 



r -rn — i n 




which are only seven in number, and they are named after the first seven 
letters of the alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G. Should a melody or tune 
exceed these seven, the same series of letters are repeated. 



As it is of great importance that the situation of the letters upon the Staff should be perfectly known, the student is advised to commit to memory the following Scale or 



GAMUT. 



Treble, Alto or Tenor. 

E— First leger line above 

G First space above 
F — Fifth-line 



-I- 



E Fourth space 

— D — Fourth-line 

C Third space 
-B— Third-line 



A Second space 

-G — Second-line 

F First space 
-E — First-line 



D First space below 
-C — First-leqer-linu- below- 



Base. 



— C — First leper line above 

B First space above 
-A — Fifth-line 



G Fourth space 

F — Fourth-line 

E Third space 
— D — Third-line 

C Second space 



-B- 



-Second-line- 
First space 



A 

-G — First-line 



F First space below 
E — First leger line below 



ii 



INTRODUCTION. 



The different degrees of these notes, as to acuteness or gravity of 
sound (it is of course understood, that a note can neither be considered 
acute nor grave, until it be compared with another) depend on certain 
marks, representing letters, called clefs, which are placed at the begin- 
ning of a staff; 



thus 



All the different notes take their names from the lines on which these 
clefs may be placed; Thus: 



Treble: 




Bass: 



Tenor: 



F 

Remark: Some write cliffs, others cleffs or 
portance. The word clef is derived from the Latin (clavis,) a key; in 
which sense we look upon a clef as the key that opens to us the names 
and pitch (with respect to acuteness and gravity) of every note in music.) 

Example. 




Counter. 
Alto: 



1 



cleaves- 



-thi 



of no 



T 



E 



When more than nine notes (which the staff can only contain) are re- 
quired, two degrees may be gained, one above, and the other below the 



staff, thus: 



DC 



3E 



Should more notes be desired, an extra line is 



then added above and below the staff and notes placed on them: 

— -P- 




— or 




These additional lines are called ledger or leger lines, short or light 
lines. 

Example. m 

— — j — , _ e — p — r- — i i — 

Z}zzzizzz2zz:z^zszz&zzfz:zrzzzrz-' 

j— i— S f»!__jL 




I! r 



w ~ D E F G A BCDEFGAB 

n e 

Still more notes may be gained, if necessary, in the like manner, by 
the application of other lines. 



Example. 



~T 



V E 



• — rz 



G A 



QUESTIONS. 

1 . What is understood by Melody ? 

2. What means the word Harmony? 

3. What signifies the word Notts? 
A. What is a staff? 

5. How many degrees contains the staff? 

6. Mow do you call the spaces above or below the staff? 

7. How do you call the notes ? 



QUESTIONS. 
8. How many lines contains the staff? 
i). How many spaces? 

Questions for Trebles and Tenors. 

10. What is the name of the first line ? 

11. What is the name of the second line ? 

12. What is the name of the third line ? 



FGA BCDEFGABCD 



QUESTIONS 

13. What is the name of the fourth line ? 

14. What is the name of the fifth line? 

15. How do you call the first space ? 

16. How do you call the second space ? 

17. How do you call the third space? 

18. How do you call the fourth space ? 



REMARK: The master is requested to practise after each lesson, the Time and Scale Tables, 1-2-3, &, 12 




INTRODUCTION. 



LESSON II. 

Of Notes and Clefs. 

The Bass or F Clef is always in modern music, situated on the fourth 

_ f§f the note consequently on 1* _ 

line of the staff, that line becomes F 1 Z from 



whence all the notes in that staff derive their names. 



Example of the notes in the Bass. * 

m •l*~rn — r 

j rr rrfljgz- 



TT" T J d * * 

& 9 F G A B C D 
" D E 



efgabcdef 



The Treble clef is always situated on the second line of the staff, the 
— -3 — -from whence all the notes in that staff derive' 



note becomes G 
their names. 



B C 



efgabcdefgabc 



G A 



The Tenor or C Clef 



is generally situated on the fourth 



line of a staff, the notes of course derive their names from the line oa 
wbicu the C clef is stationed. 



The Alto, Counter Tenor, or C clef ■ 
third line of a staff. 



is situated on the 



TENOE. 



counter or 

ALTO. 











4JJ 





A &c. 



3 



c &c 

The C clef is likewise placed on the first and second lines of a staff; 
the notes in that case derive their names accordingly, C being always 
the name of the note situated on that line, wherever the clef may be pla- 
ced, as before observed. 

When the C clef is stationed on the first line of a staff, it is called the 
soprano or canto clef, and is used for the voices of boys and females. 
In Italy and Germany this clef is in general use for the Voices, Organ 
and Piano forte, most in ancient compositions — The Treble or G clef 
being reserved for the violin, flute, &.c. and high Treble voices. 

When the Clef is stationed on the second line of a staff, it is called the 
Mezzo Soprano clef, and is employed for the voices of boys and females, 
of lower compass in respect to pitch than the former. 



SOPRANO. 



Wit 



i r 



I — i — r 



"i i i r 



i i r 



"i — r 



e f g 



ABC DBF G ABC 



MEZZO 
SOPRANO 




i r 



i i r 



I I L 



DEFGABCDEFGA 



ir 



INTRODUCTION. 



The Bass or F Clef was also placed on the third line, in old composi- 
tions, and called the Baritono clef; it was used for the voices of men, 
who could not sing so high in pitch as a Tenor, nor so low as a Bass. 




Baritoko. 



QUESTIONS. 

1 . On which line is the Clef of F (Bass clef) situated ? 

2. On which line the Treble Clef? 

3. On which line is the Tenor Clef situated ? 

4. On which line the Counter ? 

5. For which kind of voice is the Bass Clef? 

6. Is the Tenor Clef for female voices ? 

7. Which kind of voices have the Counter Tenor to sing ? 



In general use however, in our time only the Treble and Bass Clef, 
Tenor, and Counter Tenor, or Alto, seldom, and the other clefs very 
uncommon. 



QUESTIONS. 

8. Which clefs are now in common use ? 

Questions for Bass Singers. 

9. Can you tell me the name of the first line in the Bass 
clef? 

10. What is the name of the second line ? 

11. What is the name of the third line? 



QUESTIONS. 

12. What is the name of the fourth line ? 

13. What is the name of the fifth line ? 

14. Know you the name of the first space ? 

15. Tell me the name of the second space? 
l(i. Do you remember the third space ? 

17. You certainly can tell us the fourth space ? 

Id. For which kind of voices is the Treble Clef employed ? 



REMARK: The teacher is requested to practise with his scholars, after each Lessori, the time Table 1-2-3-4 and Table 5 the first two lines and Table 12. 



On the Marks of Transposition, 

Each of the seven primary notes, C, D, E, F, G, A, B, mentioned 
before, may be depressed, or elevated by marks of transposition. Thus, 
# — \) — A. single, — double — single \y — double jj or \)\y. 

Both single and double marks of transposition are used. 

A Flat, directs that the note before which it is placed, be sung half a 
note lower than its natural tone. 

.2 Sharp, directs that the note before which it is placed, be sung half 
a note higher than its natural tone. 

A Natural, directs that the note before which it is placed, be sung 
neither higher or lower than its natural tone: and it is used to contradict 
the flats or sharps, placed at the beginning, Stc. Remark. Flats, or 
sharps, placed at the beginning of a Tune, affect every note upon that 
line or space, throughout the whole, but when placed before any note 



or the Sharp, Flat, and Natural. 

May he hfd ai a Setarate Lesion. 

within a Tune, they affect only such notes as fall upon the line, or space 
on which they are marked, for one bar, though to prevent mistakes, they 
are usually contradicted by a natural. 

The marks of transposition are either essential or accidental. 

1. Essential, when they are written at the very beginning of a compo- 
sition, after the clef, and so point out the key in which the piece is writ- 
ten; in this case, they transpose throughout tin; entire piece, those notes 
whose place they occupy on the stave 

2. Accidental, when, in the course of the piece, they are placed by 
the side of the notes; then they preserve their influence, only throughout 
that one bar; unless, during the course of it, they should be again con- 
tradicted by a natural. 



QUESTIONS 

1. What is the use of a flat ? 

2. What is the use of a sharp ? 

3. What meaning has a natural .' 

4. How many kinds of flats and sharps are in use 



QUESTIONS. 

5. Do you know their names ? 

6. How do you call the note C with a shaip • 

7. Can you tell the name of the note A with a Hat. 

8. How many kinds of LroiiPtvwtioiis do you know ? 



QUESTIONS. 
9. What shows an essential transposition ' 

10. What is meant by an accidental transposition ' 

11. What is the use of a double sharp? 

12. What is the meaning of a double flat ' 



INTRODUCTION. 



LESSON III. 

On the form of the notes, their value, and on the rests equivalent to them 

in duration. 

The various forms of the notes determine their value, lime, or duration, 
and the rests, hear a certain fixed relation to them. These latter direct 
the singer or performer to cease for a longer or shorter period. 

Proportion of the Notes. 

Form of them, their value, time, or duration. 



XT 



One Semibreve - 



is equal in duration to 



2 Mini 



mims 



_iQ._p."=: 



4 Crotchets - 



8 Quavers - 



16 Semiquavers 



(j » • • 

r i "i — r 



j I r~j Hi r i 
-g-g-g-g- * — - — 



-n^=Hrrr— rnnrr 



in 



32 Demi- jjMMMM^gM^Mg 



semiqua- _* 
vers. 

QUESTIONS. 

1. How many Kinds of Notes arc there ? 

2. How do you call them ? 

3. Which is the longest note ? 

4. How m&qy minims is a semibreve equal to ? 



Names of the Notes and Rests. 

Long*. Semibreve. Minim. Crotchet. Quaver. Semiquaver. Deinisemiquaver. 

n: 




Notes. r~ 

Uncommon. * 



16 



<9 

32 



W 4 - 8~ 

Two bars. Semibreve. Minim. Crotchet. Quaver. Semiquaver. Demisemlquaver 



Rests. 



'Uncommon. 



TfJ 32" 



Here it may be seen that during the time of one semibreve, two min- 
ims must be sung; similarly in the time of one minim, two crotchets; in 
the time of one crotchet, two quavers, &c. &c, in order to fill up the 
time of the longer notes by the increased number of notes of smaller val- 
ue. Frequently three equal notes are required to be sung in the time 
that two of the same kind would naturally be; these notes are called 
triplets, and are usually distinguished by the figure 3. 



The triplet of crotchets, is , 

equal in value ) The triplet of quavers. tec. Ice. 




Two Crotchet*. Two Quavers, 



QUESTIONS 
5. How many crotchets is a minim equal to ? 
G. How many quavers do you count to a crotchet ? 

7. How many semiquavers ? 

8. What means the value of the notes.' 



QUESTIONS. 
9. How do you know the length of a note ? 

10. What is a triplet? 

11. How do you know that certain notes are triplets 

12. Do vou know the rest.' 



REMARK Time and scale are note to be practised 



(The master examines his pupils about the rests l 



vi 



l\ 1KOD UCTIOIV. 



LESSON IV. 

On time, and on the Bar 
Time, is that rythmic and equal movement in music, which our feel- 
ings naturally resolve into short and equal measures, or portions of du- 
ration, and which measures, they again subdivide into a constantly equal 
number of elements, or units. These elements we shall call parts, and 
the constantly equal number of them, which concur to form a whole 
measure of duration, make what is called a Bar; from this we see, that 
whatever is rythmical in music, is comprised under the idea of time, and 
that the term bar, as compared with time, is only a subordinate division 
of this rythmic and equable movement, accordingly, Time includes: 

1. The determination of those rythmic numbers of equal parts, by 
marks of figures which are placed at the commencement of a piece, im- 
mediately after the clef and signature, and which sometimes appear 
changed in the course of the piece; 

2. The determination by means of words, of the quicker or slower 
degree of movement (il Tempo;) and lastly: the constant, equable, and 
strict preservation of this fixed degree of movement, usually called, keep- 
ing the time. 

On the other hand, by the word Bar, is to be understood, a group of 
notes, which, according to the time fixed upon, are separated from the 
following notes, by strokes drawn perpendicularly across the stave, in 
order to place more clearly before the eyes of the performer, the rythmic 
divisions of time. Hence, all the space contained between two such 
strokes, (bar lines;) together with the notes contained therein, form what 
is called a Bar 

Example. 

j 9 3 m ~ 4_bars. 




The different species ot time, are witn one or two ex ^tions, indica- 
ted by two figures, in the form of a fraction; the bottom figure , shows the 
value, and the top figure, the number of parts of the bar contained within 
the bar itself. 



-4r— 6 — ^ — rjr— » ~ 

Before the Pupil begins to learn any tune, let him, in addition to the 
signature, attend to the marks of time. 

The parts of the bar, are divided into accented, and unaccented. By 
the former are to be understood, those parts upon which our feelings 
naturally bestow a certain degree of weight or stress. 

The latter pass by our ear, as it were, and, in comparison with the 
former, appear light and unimportant. In beating, or marking time, by 
means of the hand, the former are distinguished by the falling, and the 
latter by the rising of the hand. 

Remark. Emphasis is frequently misapplied for accent, and accent 
for emphasis. By accent is meant a certain stress of the voice, of a 
longer or shorter, stronger or weaker, higher or lower, quality of sound 
upon a particular vowel or syllable in a word; — but emphasis is the pe- 
culiar tone of importance or stress, given to whole words or sentences. 

Without accent, there is no more melody in song, than in the humming 
of a bee; and without the regular management of long and short sylla- 
bles, there can be no versification. There are as many different accents, 
or modes of enforcing or enfeebling the meaning of words, in music, as 
in speech. There is a yes that says no, and a no that says yts. — The 
voice of a feeling singer, can modulate all these shades, and affect the 
hearer on the side of intellect, as well as sense. 



QUESTIONS. 

1. What is time or rythmic in general ? 

2. What is a measure ? 

3. What means those figures, placed in the beginning of 

a piece of music ? 

4. What shows the bottom figure .' 



QUESTIONS. 

5. What shows the top figure ? 

6. What else is to be understood by time J 

7. What means keeping the time ? 

8 How do you call certain strokes across the staff"? 

The master continue to practise time, and scale. 



QUESTIONS. 

9. Wbat is musical accent ? 

10. Which notes have no accent ? 

11. How do you beat the accented notes ? 

12. How do you beat ths unaccented notes 



INTRODUCTION. 



rii 



LESSON V. 

Ox the Time. 

There are three kinds of time, Common, (even, equal,) T»np/e, (un- 
equal,) and Compound time. 

1. Common times are those which contain an even number of parts, 
the first of each couple being always accented, and the second unaccent- 



ed. To Common times belong: four Crotchet time, 



usually called 



common time, and marked by a C; this strictly speaking, is a doubled ^- 

time, divisible by the number 2 into twice 2 parts, of which the former is 
always accented, and the second unaccented; consequently, each bar of 
four crotchet time, contains 2 accented and 2 unaccented parts, as: 



I 



FF 



m 



The less Allabreve, or 2 minim time, generally indicated by 

contains two parts or beats, each of which is a minim. Two crotchet ] 
O 

time, differs from the less Allabreve, only in this, that in the latter, i 

tne parts of the bar are minims, in this crotchets 

2. Triple times, are those of which the bars may be divided into 3 j 
equal parts, of which the first is accented, and the other two are unac- 
cented. 



QUESTIONS. 

1. How many kinds of time are known to you ? 

2. Can you tell us the names of all of them ? 

3. Which notes are the accented notes in common time? 



To Triple time belongs-. 

Three minim time, g the bar of which consists of three minims. As 

this time does not contain any groups of three notes, if we desire to repre- 
sent all the 3 parts by a single note, we may supply the place of the third 



part, by means of a dot. 




3 3 

Three crotchet-time, as well as three quaver time, differ from 



the foregoing only by the alteration in the kind of notes; as, 



3 3 
8 



3. Compound times, are those in which the parts of the bar always re- 
main the same with regard to the kind of notes employed, and which ap- 
pear multiplied only with regard to the number of them. 



Thus: 



6 
4 

9 
4 



is a doubled 



is a tripled 



3 


6 


4 


8 


3 


9 


4 


8 



is a doubled 



is n tripled 



3 
8 

3 

"8 



1 2 
8 



a quadrupled 



_3_ 
8 



It will now be of great utility to the pupil, to learn to mark or beat the 
bar of these different times by himself; by so doing, he will acquire a 
more correct idea of precision in time, and of musical rythm in general, 
viz. the Tables No. 1, 2*, 3, 4. 



QUESTIONS. 

4. Which in triple time ? 

5. What is the difference between Allabreve and § time? 

6. Can you remember some of the compound times ? 



QUESTIONS. 

7. What kind of time is J time? 

8. Don't you call J Common time ? 

9. What's the difference between accent and emphasis 



REMARK: The time is note to be practised, Table 1-2 and 3, also Table 3,-the first two lines, and Table 12 



Tiii 



INTRODUCTION. 



LESSON VI. 

On Musical Characters. 

Marks indicating repetition were more numerous formerly than at 
present. The characters now in use serves to denote the repetition of 
both parts of a theme or composition, as :fl: or of the first part only, as 
:|| or of the second only, as ||: according as the little dots or dashes are 
placed on the one side, or on the other. 

Should one or more bars at the end of a strain which is marked for 
repetition, be performed the second time in a different way from the first, 
and so require to be passed over on the repetition, such alteration is 
pointed out by the expression 1 ma. volta, (first time,) and 2 da volta, 
(the second time;) and the bars to be slipped, are enclosed by a curved 
line drawn over them, and omitted on the (2 da volta,) or repetition. 



1 ma volta 
(first time 



L i e - 




3z3E 



9 da vnlta 
— . (second time) 



±3 



The slur * — *>>, which is similar in form to the bind or tie occurs 

Tie. Slur. 



~y 

thus & a* 9 • 



zzcz: 



p — sometimes over, and some- 



rr— r— 



times under the notes, and implies that the group of notes embraced by 
it, must be connected together closely and smoothly, without striking the 
following note again. The word Legato (tied) indicates also that the 
whole musical Period in which it stands, even when no slur appears, 
must be played in the smoothest and most connected manner. 

Mark ( • • • or MM!) indicating that the notes are to be perceptibly 
detached from one another. This style of singing or performing is call- 
ed Staccato. 



When a curve is drawn over the dots' 



•> — the notes receive a cer- 



tain increasing degree of emphasis, and it is called portamento. 

The Pauses (^) over notes and rests, indicates a point of repose to 
the performer. Should two pauses occur one after the other, separated 
only by a few notes, the performer must dwell on the former a shorter 
time than on the latter. 

A Pause, or stop, «c* &c., should be increased and diminished thus, 
after which a profound silence for a few moments, gives it a 
wonderful effect. In crescendo, we must open the mouth a little at first, 
and by degrees more; in decrescendo, just the reverse, both have a fine 
effect. 

The crescendo (-=d) shows by its form that the quantity of tone or 
force required in performing, constantly increases from the point where 
the lines meet, towards the opening; as in the decrescendo (:=»-) it 
gradually diminishes. 



QUESTIONS. . QUESTIONS. j QUESTIONS. 

1. What is the meaning of a repeat? j 4. What means a curve line over the dots ? j 7. How is decrescendo to be performed ? 

2 What is the use of a slur ? j 5. Do you know the meaning of a pause ? j 8. What means singing Legato? 

3. What is the difference between the slur and the tie? J C. What means the word crescendo? j 9. What means the word Staccato? 



REMARK: Time, and Scale and Intervals are now to be practised. 



INTRODUCTION. 



LESSON VII. 

Ox Musical Characters. 
(This lesson demands the particular attention, as it has an important 
influence on the accurate perception of time, and on the correct division 
of the notes. It is closely connected with the preceding lesson.) The 
dot, as well as the tie or bind, lengthens the value of a note. One dot 
lengthens the note behind which it is placed, by one half, of its natural 
value; consequently, a minim with a dot is equal to three crotchets, &c. 



THUS 




If two dots are placed after a note, the first is equal to the half of it, 
and the second to the half of the first dot. 

THUS. "> ^_ 




Dots after rests have a similar power to those after notes. 

Notes are termed sijncopaled, when their rythm sometimes precedes, 
and at others, follows after that of those notes which occupy the place 
of, and which mark the natural and equal divisions of the bar. 



i y 



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n — i — r 



I 



naturally, 



syncopated, 



thus. 



Shake 
written 



On Shakes. 

Shakes are in Music Important Graces. 
A turned shake is marked 



if to be sung 





n i u n — TTj 



thi 




•Ft *Ten 
01 



men Shake, leading grace. Anticipation. *Forzando. *Tenuto. 



TO BE SUNG. 



Itis.- 




QUESTIONS 

1 . What is the use of a dot after a minim f 

2. How much, adds a dot after a note or rest? 

3. How much is a dotted minim ? 



QUESTIONS. 

4. How much is a dotted crotchet ? 

5. How much a dotted quaver? 

G. How much is the second dot by a minim? 



QUESTIONS. 

7. How much the second dot by a crotchet ? 

8. What are syncopated notes ? 

9. How can you know the movement of a composition ? 



Time, Scale, and Intervals are novo to he practised 



INTRODUCTION 



LESSON VIII. 

On the Scales. 

Every musical composition is founded upon one or the other of the 12 
notes comprised within the compass of the octave, and which note deter- 
mines the principal key of the piece. 

(Key. Signifies the Diatonic major or minor Scale, as formed from 
any tone, in which a composition is written, and from which tone it ob- 
tains its name. The Diatonic Scales, consisting of whole and halftones, 
we are compelled to use more or less, Flats or Sharps, in order to regu- 
late or keep the tones at a proper distance, hence we have as many keys 
as halftones within an Octave, and hence the meaning of placing Sharps 
or Flats, before a Piece of Music.) 

The character of the key depends upon the scale, that is, upon the 
correct orderly succession of the notes by degrees. By the word scale 
(Gamut) is to be understood the regular succession of whole tones and 
semitones, ascending or descending by degrees. 

Semitones are of two sorts, major and minor; The minor, or, as it is 
also termed, the chromatic semitone, is formed by a [>, or fci, and 
stands always on the same degree of the stave as the preceding note as: 



2 — ®~ £*~ ' 



















2. The major or diatonic semitone, on the contrary, stands always on 

the next degree, above or below; as: 







— 1— 




i 
i 

m 















It follows therefore that a whole tone, always comprises one major, and 
i one minor semitone; and, that between the two tones which form the 
J whole tone, there is always a half tone in the middle. 

The scale is termed diatonic,- (natural,) when it is composed of tones 
! and semitones; chromatic, (artificial,) when it consists of semitones only. 

Each of the 12 principal tones in an octave, may be either major, 
\ (greater) or minor, (less); the former is determined by the major third, 
| and latter by the minor third. Since each of the 12 degrees of the oc- 
| tave may be taken as the root or commencement of a scale, and since 
this may be either major or minor, there are in all 24 keys. To render 
! the Pupil familiar with, and certain as to the succession of notes in the 
most common scales, (Gamuts) I should advise the master to explain to 
the scholars the regular succession of tones and semitones in both the 
I major and minor scale, and to take care that they be thoroughly grou id- 
\ ed in them, for this purpose, the scales of C major and A minor should 
j be selected as models, they being the most simple. 

The major scale contains 5 whole tones and 2 major semitones; in as- 
cending, the latter fall between the 3d. and 4th. and 7th. and 8th. de- 
| grees. 



QUESTIONS. 

1. How many notes do you count within the compass 
of an octave ? 

2. How many sorts of semitones do you know ? 

3. How is a chromatic semitone formed ? 

4. How much comprises a whole tone ? 

5. How many sorts of scales do you know ? 



QUESTIONS. 

6. Can you tell us the names ? 

7. Of what is the diatonic scale composed ? 

8. Of what consists the artificial or chromatical scale ! 

9. How many whole tones contains the diatonic scale ? 
10. How many half tones ? 



QUESTIONS. 
]J. Can you tell us the difference between major and ml 
nor key ? 

12. How many semitones contains a major third ? — and \ 
minor third ? 



The master proceeds to the common useful practice of Time Scale and Intervals. 



INTRODUCTION. 



LESSON IX. 

Scale or Gamut, of C major, as a model. 

DEGREES, maj. gemitone * maj semitone * 3 whole tones. 2 whole tones. 



33 



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33 



T 



1 tones. 

in 



1-2 
nip. sem. 



mj. sem. 



2 whole tones. 3 whole tones. 

Remark: In descending, the succession of notes remain the same as 
in ascending, though the order is inverted. 

The minor scale differs from the major in ascending, merely by the 
minor third, since the major semitone, lies between the second and third 
degrees; in descending, on the contrary, the succession of whole tones 
and semitones is very different. 

Scale or Gamut of A minor as a model. 





maj, sem 

DEGREES. 

maj. semit. u.^ 


it. 




maj. semit. 
% A maj. semit. 












=± 








I 


• . 5 






i 








i 

































1 whole tone. 4 whole tones. 



2 whole tones. 2 whole tones. 1 whole tone. 



From the model, we perceive that in descending, the two major semitones 
lie between the 6th, and 5th, and the 3d, and 2d degrees. The Pupils 
should pay particular attention to the descending minor scales, because 
from them he will most readily gather the number of sharps or flats re- 
quired for the signature of the minor keys. 

The relative, (correspondent) minor keys, all originate from the major 
keys, having the same common signature; the minor third beloxo the 
major key — note, is always the root of the relative minor key. 

QUESTIONS. 

1. Where do you find the two semitones in the major scale? 4. 

2. Where is the place of the semitones in the minor 5. 

scale ? 

3. What is the difference between a major & minor scale ? 



(In descending Minor Scales, the major 7th note is often used in 
place of the minor. There still however remains much doubt as to the 
employment of it. For my own part, I introduce the major 7th note, 
when the scale belongs to the harmony of the dominant, and the minor, 
when this note immediately succeeds the tonic, in both cases preserving 
the minor sixth note.) 

As a practical exercise in all the Keys, and to impress firmly on the 
mind of the Pupil where the marks of transposition, of each Key are set; 
the master should write out the notes of a scale, and let the pupil add 
the required sharps or flats in their proper places, according to the ar- 
rangement of the scales of C major, and A minor, given as models. By 
this means he will acquire a knowledge of the signature proper to any 
given Key, and will abstain from employing a false succession of notes 
through the want of a correct ear. 

Remark. The major seventh is usually called the leading note; some 
technically call it the sensible, or stimulating note; and others the pointer, 
from its seeming to announce the note to follow. The expression, lead- 
ing note, is in general used. 

In addition to former scales, (Gamuts,) there are also enharmonic mu- 
tations of notes, (consequantly,) an Enharmonical Scale. These muta- 
tions are of importance, as, though they alter the notes to the eye, their 
pitch and place or sound remain unchanged, as: 



Enharmonical Scale. 



p — f — | — I i — i — j i [ — r 

i j — i — r — I — r i i i ZHaaaBp g ^ f*~ 



QUESTIONS. 
How do you find the relative minor Keys ? 
What is the difference between a chromatical and en- 
harmonical scale. 
Do mutations alter the sound ? 



QUESTIONS. 

7. What is the only alteration ? 

8. In which manner can you find out the relative (cor- 

respondent) major Key ? 

9. Which Interval is called the leading note ? 



The master proceeds to the practice of Time, Scale, and Intervals, the scale with, or without pauses. 



Xll 



LESSON X. 

Ox Intervals. 

Interval signifies the distance of one note from another given note, 
which may be termed the root or bass — note as: 



INTRODUCTION. 



Names of the Intervals 



111 



Prima or Unison. 
Minor Second. 
Major Second. 
Minor Third. 
Major Third. 
Perfect Fourth. 
Sharp Fourth. 
Flat Fifth. 



Perfect Fifth. 
Sharp Fifth. 
Minor Sixth. 
Major Sixth. 
Minor Seventh. 
Major Seventh. 
Octave. 



Example. 



Prima ; 

Minor Second; consisting of one semitone. 
Major Second ; consisting of one tone. 



Ex. 



Ex. 
Ex. 



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Minor Third; consisting of one tone and one > Ex. 



semitone. 

Major Third; consisting of two tones. 



Ex 



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221 



m 



Perfect Fourth; consisting of two tones and ) Ex. 

one semitone. 1 



22: 



o 



Sharp Fourth; (called also Tritonus;) con- ) 
sisting of three tones. J 



Ex. 



O 



Flat Fifth; (called also imperfect or false ) Ex. 

fifth;) consisting of two tones and two semitones. ) 

Perfect Fifth; consisting of three tones and ^ Ex. 
one semitone. 



Minor Sixth; consisting of three tones and > Ex. 
two semitones. S 



Major Sixth; consisting of four tones and one ) Ex. 
semitone. 



Minor Seventh; (flat seventh) consisting of ^ Ex. 
four tones and two semitones. 



— G- 



1 



25: 



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3 



Major Seventh; (sharp seventh) consisting of ^ Ex. 
five tones and one semitone. 



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QUESTIONS. , QUESTIONS. 

1 . What is understood by the word interval ? ! 4. How many whole and half tones contains a minor 

2. How many whole and half tones do you find in a I seventh ? 
perfect fifth ? 5. How many a perfect fourth ? 

3. How many contain* an octave ? { 6. A minor third ? 



Octave ; consisting of five tones and two semi- ) Ex. 
tones. | y 

QUESTIONS 

7. A major third ? 

8. A sharp seventh ? 

9. A major sixth ? &c. &«. 



ow many contain* an octave ? 

REMARK: Time and scale are now to be remembered, especially Table 12, tuth kuid practise should the master bear in his mini 



f rv T R o 
Jttay be taken as a separate Lesson. 

0.\ AprO G I A T L'R A S . 

Appogiaturas are at present often introduced as forming a part of the 
bar, and represented by notes of the usual size; however in many cases 
they are still expressed by small notes. 

They mav he considered as suspensions of the principal notes, from 
the value of which they borrow some portion. Appogiaturas are divided 
into long and short. 

The long or accented* Appogiatura borrows one half the value of its 
principal note, when, according to the nature of the measure, that con- 
sists of two equal parts. It will therefore be proper to denote at once 
the real value of the Appogiatura by means of a corresponding small 
note, as: 




Before a note with a dot, which by this means consists of three parts, 



ITCTIO!¥. xiii 

the appogiatura borrows the whole value of the principal note, which 
itself must be sung to the dot. 




O.v the Turn. 

i 

The turn is a group of notes consisting of a principal note, and the 
« subsidiary notes above and below it. It occurs over notes and also be- 
tween them; it must neither be sung too quick nor too slow, but with 
j vivacity, neatness, and energy. 



WRITTEN. <r±, \) 




LESSOR XI. 

On the Keys. 

To learn how many ?f or \y are contained in the signature of all the 
major and minor scales, and to ascertain more easily their relation under 
the same signature, we may employ what is called the circle of perfect 
fifths; Thus, seek from C as a root, the perfect fifth above, G one #, 
and again from this latter; D two &, the fifth again A three #, u. s. f. 
till we come back to C again; and we shall find that each new fifth sup- 
plies the root of a new key and scale. While we explain to the pupils 
their signatures, let them compare them with the scales as filled up by 
thtnuelves according to lessoii B 



Upon the comparison he then will find, that G major has only one #, 
and that, in ascending, this falls on the 7th. degree before F; that in D 
major, a second if comes before C, also on the 7th. degree from the ton- 
ic, so in all the keys ; So they will find all the keys of the sharps. 

To rind the keys of the flats, employ the following circle of perfect 
fourths, counting upwards; thus, (telling C again as the rest:) we will 
find that the key of F major has only one \), which falls, in ascending, 
on the 4th. degree B; and that in the key of B[>, a second [> comes be- 
fore E, likewise the 4th. degree of the scale Sic. Sic. To find the rela- 
tive minor key3 look page xi, Lesson ix. 

N B. The master examines the scholars about the keys, perhaps so 
far as A.j) — and E# — together with their correspondent minor key* 



(eii of 



HOT 



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v — t=t- 



Key of G, Major Mode. 
H , - o ^ ° 



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II 



K c JJ°fE, Minor Mode 



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B 



~ JL^SJif Jfi> •minor_j\iode. 



Key of A, Major Mode. 



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of B, Minor Mode^_ 

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SCALES. Continued. 



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Q o 

p . o 



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QUESTIONS. I QUESTIONS. QUESTIONS. 

1. How many sharps do you find in the key (or scale) j 4. How do you find the relative minor keys in general ? j 7. Why has it no sharps nor flats? 

of A major? ! 5. In what way can we find out how many sharps or j 8. Do you know any other way to find oi>* 'iow many 

2. How many in the key of G major ? flats a major or minor key needs .' sharps or flats a kev needs ? 

3. Which is the relative minor key of G major ? 1 6. How many sharps has the key of C major? I 9. Tell us how ? 

A VERY IMPORTANT HINT FOR MASTERS AND PARENTS. 

Instruction in general should be made a source of pleasure and entertainment, and respect and confidence, unmingled with aread, entertained to- 
wards the muter, by parents — u the best security of the ultimate improvement of his scholars 



TABLiK I¥ o. 1. Exercise to practice the Time without Rests. 



If 



ALLEGRETTO 



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STACCATO. 

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CRUCIFIXION. L. M. 



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He dies ! the friend of sinners dies ! Lo ! Sa - lems daughters weep a - round ! A sol - emn darkness veils the skies ! A sudden trembling shakes the ground. 



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Arise 1 a - rise! — with joy sur - vey, The glory of the lat - ter day; Al - rea - dy is the dawn be - gun, Which marks at nand a ris-ing sun. 

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Great God, at - tend while Zi - on sings, - The joy -that from - thy presence springs; To spend one day with thee on earth, Exceeds a thou-sand days of mirth. 




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CHAPMAN. L. M. 



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Blest is the man, whose tender care Relieves the poor in their dis - tress; Whose pity wipes the widow's tear, Whose hand sup - ports the fa - ther - less. 



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Grtat is the Lord, ex - alt - ed high, A - bove all pow'rs. and ev' - ry throne; What -e'er lie please, in earth or sea, Or heav'n or hell, his hand hath done. 

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O God.tbou art my God a - lone; Ear-ly to thee - my soul - shall cry, - A pil - grim in - a land un - known, A tliirs - ty laud, whose springs are dry. 



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WARD. L. M. 

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of our God; Life, love, and joy still gliding through, And wat'ring our di - vine a - bode. 



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KOERNER. L. M. 



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Deep in our hearts, let us re - cord, The deep - er sor - rows of our Lord ; Be - hold the ns - ing bil - lows roll, To o - verwhelm his ho - ]y soul. 





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84 CHORAL. 

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GOMORRHA. L. M. 



Common Choral. 




I spread my sins be - fore the Lord, And all my se - cret faults confess; Thy gos-pel speaks a pard'ning word, Thy Ho-ly Spir - it seals the trace. 

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THE HOLY CITY. L. M. 



87 



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Common Choral. 



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When dangers, woes, or death are nigh, Past mercies teach me where to fly ; Thine arm AI - mighty God can aid, When sickness, griefs, and pains invade. 

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Be thou O God ex - alt - ed high, And as thy glory fills the sky, So let it be on earth display'd, Till thou art here as there o - - bey'd. 



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EXHORTATION. C. M. 

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SUPPLICATION. 



C. M. 



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Lord hear me, when without disguise, My words to thee as 
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ALLEGRETTO QUASI A2SDAKTIXO. 



LECTURE. 



C. M. 



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C. M. 



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Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'insure the great reward; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vil -est sin - ner may re - turn. 

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UN POCO ALLEGRETTO. 
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Before the Lord, your sov'reign King ; Serve him with cheerful heart and voice, With all your tongues his glory sing. 

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How sweet, how heav'nly is the sight, When those that love the Lord, - In one an - oth - er's peace delight, And thus ful - fil his word 



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SOLO. 



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A DEATH CHANT. C. M. 



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ROXBURY. C. M. 



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ATHEIST. S. M. 



Common Chora!. 




ALLEGRETTO 



HANDEL'S SONG. L. M. six tines. 



Common Hymn. 





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PAMPHYLIA. JL. M. 



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192 



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JEWRY. 



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S1LVANUS. L. Mm Six Lines. 



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CHORISTER. L. M. Six Lines. 



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SUNRISE. 



L. P. M. 



Common Hymn. 

OR ANTHEM 




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MORTALITY. L. M. 



Common Choral. 




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KROMMER. L. P. M. 



Common Hymn. 



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SPOHR. 



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Common Hymn. 

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Let all the earth their voi-ce* raise, To sing a 



psalm 



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of lof-ty praise, To sing and bless Je - ho - vah's name; 
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WAKEH. 

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L. P. M. 



Common II nun. 




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SALIERI. 



C. P. M. 



Common Hymn. 



209 




The fes- tal morn, my God - is come, That calls 



thy sa - cred dome, Thy pres - ence to - - a - dore : 





feet - the sum - mons shall 

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ALLEGRETTO 



ZACCHIM. C. P. M. 



Common Hymn. 





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WRA NITZKY. C. P. M. 



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CANAAN. H. M. 



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PICKERING. H. M. 



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MOUNT SINAI. H. M, 




Common Hymn. 

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A FESTIVAL CHANT. H. M. 



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Sweet the time, ex - ceeding sweet ! When the saints to - gether meet, When - the Sa'v - iour is the theme, When they join to sing - of him. 



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MARCELLO, Sevens. 



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Sevens, or Sevens Six Lines. 



Common Hymn. 

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Ye who Jesus' kindness prove, - Sing of his re - deeming love. 




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IX POCO AXDAKTE. 



GLUCK. 



Sevens, or 8 & 7. 



Common Hymn. 




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LEO HASSLE II. Sevens. 




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LEUTHARD'S CHANT. sevens. 



Common Hymn. 

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244 



ALLEGRETTO, MA HON TROPPO. flOll'Il'llllt 8'S. & 7 J S. 

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Common Hymn. 247 

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VX POCO ALLEGRETTO. 




NEW JERAULD. 



8>s, & 7's. 



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sky, Nature's fa - ding fruits and flow - ers, Hang their drooping heads and die. 




ALLEGRO. 



MEHUL. 



8>s. & 7's. 



Common Hymn. 

OR ANTHEM 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 

FIRST TIME. SECOND TIME 



8's. 7>s. & 4. 



Common Hymn. 



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Oh ! praise ye the Lord, Prepare your glad voice, His praise in the great assembly to sinor in their great Creator let all men rejoice, And heirs of salvation be glad in their king. 

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UX POCO ALLEGRO 

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CHRISTMAS. 



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Hark ! what mean those holy voi - ces, Sweetly sounding through the skies ; Lo ! th' angel - ic host re - joi - ces, Heav'nly hal - le - - lu - jahs rise. 



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ALLEGRETTO. 



DAUGHTERS OF JERUSALEM. 

DECREE. ST* 



Sentence. 



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Daughtersof Je - ru - salem, weep not for me, but weep for your - selves; Daughters of Je - ru - salem, weep not for me, but 



UN POCO CRES.. j MP- I 




weep for yourselves. Fa - ther! Fa - ther! Fa - • ther for • give them, 

DECRES. ^SSEMPRE PIAXO.^fs ST\ PP. /^V S?y p. /•?•> 



for they Know not what thev do. 

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289 



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MOTETTO. Continued. 




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MOTETTO. Continued. 





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ALLEGRO. 



I WILL ARISE AND GO TO MY FATHER. notetto. 



293 





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ai^oretto. BEHOLD, LORD IS MY SALVATION. Sentence. 




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SENTENCE. 



Continued 



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SOLO. 



SENTENCE. Continued. 



297 






















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ALLEGRO ASSAI. 



PRAISE GOD FROM WHOM. Anthem. 




Praise God, praise God from whom all blessings, all blessings flow ; 



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P. CRESC: -=rr F. pp. 




whom all blessings flow; 



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Praise him a - bove, - praise him a - bove, a - bove ye heavenly host, praise Father, Son, and Ho - ly Ghost. 




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299 



and Ho - - ly 




seezoeieo: 



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CHRIST OUR LORD IS RIS'N TO DAY. Easier Anthem. 



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ANTHEM. 




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301 



ply, Hal - le - lu - jah, hal - le - lu - jah, 



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BLESSED ARE THEY, O LORD. Moun„. 



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Blessed is the man, whose glory is in thee ; 



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Continued. 

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305 




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ALLEGRETTO. 




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THE LORD IS GREAT. 



Anthem. 



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is great ! the Lord is great ! ye hosts of heav'n 
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a - - dore 



him, And 
SOLO. 



ye who tread this earth - ly 



is great ! the Lord is great ! 

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2. The Lord is great, his majes - ty how glo - rious ! Re - sound - his praise - from - shore to shore ; 




Lord is great '. his majesty how glorious ! Resound his praise - from shore to shore ; O'er sin - and death - and hell now maae vie- 



ANTHEM. 



Continued. 




309 





















1 












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! :; II 




m ■ w ^ V- 1 — 

v ' . T17TTI. 

He rules and reigns, and reigns - for ever - more, for ever - more ; He rules and reigns for ever- more. 

. . _ _ _ _ _ DA CAPO. 

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to 



er - more, 



rious, He rules and reigns, and reigns - for 

ALL! BREVE MAESTOSO. GREAT JEHOVAH! 



for - ever - more ; He rules - and reigns for ever - more. 

Anthem. Doxoiogr. 

VJi POCO ALLEGRO. 



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ANTHEM. 

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I ? _ DECRES. _ 



joined in glory, On the same e - ternal throne ; 

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Endless praises 
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PRAISE YE THE LORD. motetto. 



A part of the 105, and 10G "-Mm. 



311 



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Praise ye the Lord, 



13 



praise j T e the Lord, 



praise 



the Lord 



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Praise ye the Lord, praise ye the Lord, 

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F TUTTI. 



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MOTETTO. 



Continued. 




J10TETT0. 



Continued. 



313 






all them that call, that call up - on him, to all, to all that call up - on him, up - on him in truth 

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he al - so will hear their cry, and will save them, and will save them 



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314 



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for ey - er and ever, 



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for ev - er and ever, and ev - er, 
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ev - en thy God, thy 



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Continued. 




MOTETTO. 



315 



OLO. The Solo for two Trebles, or for Tenor and Basi 



Praise ye the Lord, 



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praise ye the Lord, 

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praise - - the Lord 



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O my soul! praise - - • 

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praise, 



praise ye the Lord, 



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BLESSED BE THE LORD. Sentence. 




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BLESSED IS THE PEOPLE. motetto. 



317 





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2. The onoe lav'd form, now cold - and dead, Each mourn - ful thought em - - ploys; 



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never die. 



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THROUGH EV'RY AGE. Hymn. 



Doxology. 




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High was thy throne, ere heav'n was made, Or 



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THE GLORY OF THE LORD. 



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7. For he is the ........ Lord - our - God ; 

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and a great King a bove - all gods; 4. 

and his hands prepared the ......... dry ... land, C. 

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BEIVEDICTUS. JVO. 4. 



After the Second Lesson. 




J. Blessed be the .... T , _ 

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is, - the round world and - -- -- -- - they that dwell there- in. 

judge-the earth With righteousness shall he judge the world and the- people- with e - qui - ty. 
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INDEX OF THE HYMNS 



Again the day returns, 10's. .... 266 I 

All hail, incarnate God! H. M 226 j 

All power and grace to God belong, L. M. - 38 > 

Almighty Maker of my frame, L. M. ... 56 j 

Almighty Father of mankind, C. M. ... 148 

Along the banks where Babel's current flows, 10's. 265 j 

At anchor laid, remote from home, L. M. - 64 i 

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve, C. M. - 103 1 

Awake, my soul, to sound his praise, CM. - - 106 ) 

Awake, awake the sacred song, C. M. • - 109 | 

Awake, and sing the song, S. M. ... 185 j 

Awake, my tongue, thy tribute bring, L. M. - 8 i 

Awake, ye saints, to praise your King, CM.- • 99 j 

Amid thy wrath, remember love, C. M. • • 149 . 

Arise! arise, with joy survey, L. M. - - 53 \ 

Arise O Lord, lifi up thine hand, CM. - • 115 j 

Arise ye people, and adore, C M. ... 120 ! 

Be thou, O God exalted high, L. M. - - 89 ; 

Before Jehovah's awful throne, L. M. - 28 j 

Before the heavens were spread abroad, L. M. 43 j 

Behold how the Lord has girt on his sword, 5's. & 8's. 252 j 

Behold his wondrous grace! S. M. - - - 178 j 

Behold, the blind their sight receive! ... 43 j 

Behold the lofty sky, S. M. 158 

Behold! what wondrous grace! S. M. - - 180 j 

Blest are the humble souls that see, L. M. • 24 j 

Blest be the tie that binds, S. M. - - - - 160 

Blest comforter divine, S. M. • • • 159 j 

Blest is the man, forever blest, L. M. - • - 23 [ 

Blest is the man, who shuns the place, C. M. 93 I 

Blest is the man, whose tender care. L. M. - 59 j 

Blest is the man whose soft'ning heart, C. M. - 118 > 

Bless O my soul, the living God, L. M. - 83 j 

Breathe, Holy Spirit, from above, L. M. - 14 i 

Brightness of the Father's glory! 7's. or 8's. 8c 7's. 246 [ 

Cease here longer to detain me, 8's. & 7's. - - 244 [ 

Cease, ye mourners, cease to languish, 8's. Sc 7's. 254 I 

Come, all ye servants of the Lord,L. M. 6 lines - 198 j 

Come divine and peaceful Guest, 7's. • - 233 > 

Come, Holy Spirit, come, S. M. - - • 179 i 

Come, holy spirit, heavenly dove, C. M. • 109 ! 

Come, holy spirit calm each mind, L. M. - 40 j 

Come in, thou blessed of the Lord, L. M. - 47 j 
Come, O my soul, in sacred lays, L. M. - - 18-60 

Children of the heavenly King, 7's. ... 234 { 

Christ, whose glory fills the skies, 7's. 6 lines. ■ 251 I 

Christ, the Lord, is risen to day, 7's. ... 243 ! 

Create, O God, my pow'rs anew, 8's. & 4's. • 244 j 

Defend me, Lord, from shame, S. M. • - . 188 | 



Depth of mercy! — can there be, 8's. & 7's. or 7's. 254 j 
Deep are the wounds which sin has made, L. M. Cha: 42 j 

Deep are the wounds which sin has made, L. M. Hy. 19 j 

Deep in our hearts let us record, L. M. - - 81 ] 

Did Christ o'er sinners weep, S. M. - - - 187 

Eternal Father! God of love, L. M. 6 lines. - 190 

Eternal God, celestial King, L. M. 13 

Eternal God, celestial King, L. M. ... 52 

Eternal Wisdom, thee we praise, CM. • - 122 

Exalt the Lord our God, S. M. ... 159 

Far from my thoughts, vain wond, begone, L. M. 48 

Father of mercies, in thy word, C. M. - - 112 

From all that dwell below the skies, L. M. - - 20 

From Jesse's root behold a branch arise, - - 264 

Forever blessed be the Lord, L. P. M. - - 206 

Give thanks to God most high, H. M. ... 224 

Glory to God on high! 6's. & 4's. - - - 271 

God is our refuge in distress, L. M. 6 lines. - - 196 

God of my life, my morning song, C. M. - - 103 j 

God of our salvation, hear us, 8's. 7's. & 4's. - 260 j 

Go preach my gospel, saith the Lord, L. M. - 11 \ 

Gracious Lord, disclose thy way, 7's. or 6 pecul. - 252 

Cracious spirit, love divine, 7's.— 8's. & 7's. - 253 

Great God attend while Zion sings, L. M. - - 57 

Great God our voice to thee we raise, C P. M. - 211 

Great God we sing thy mighty hand, L. M. - 44 

Great God, whose universal sway, L. M. - 23 

Great God, the nations of the earth, C. M. - - 91 

Great is the Lord, exalted high, L. M. - - 59 

Great is the Lord our God, S. M. ... 183 

Great shepherd of thine Israel, L. M. • - 62 
Have mercy Lord, on ine, S. M. - - - 181—152 

Hark! from the cross a voice of peace, L. M. - 55 
Hark! what mean those lamentations, 7's.— 7's. & 8's. 246 

Hark! that shout of rapturous joy, 7'6. ... 243 

Hark! the song of jubilee, 7'e. .... 237 

Hail great Immanuel, all divine, L. M. - - - 48 

Hail thou long expected Jesus, 8's. & 7's. - - 247 

He dies! the friend of sinners dies, L. M. - - 50 

He, who on earth, as man was known, C. M. - 110 

He saw the nation lie, H. M. .... 225 

He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns, L. M. - 21 

He that hath made his refuge God, L. M. - - 58 

He that has God his guardian made, L. M. 6 lines. 194 

Happy the man whose cautious feet, L. M. - 31 

Hear my prayer, Jehovah hear! 7's. . - . 238 

High o'er the heav'ns supreme, alone, L. M. - 26 

Hosannah to our conquering King, CM. - - 96 

How short and hasty u our life! CM. • - 118 



How beauteous are their feet, S. M. - -155 
How pleas'd and blest was I, S. P. M. - 213-217 
How sweet how heavenly is the sight, C. M. • - 100 
How pleasant 'tis to see, S. P. M. - - - 216 
How precious Lord, thy sacred word! C. P. M. - 210 
How vain are all things here below, C. M. - - 113 
How vain is all beneath the skies! L. M. - - 42 
How wond'rous and great thy works, 5's. & 6's. 273 
If human kindness meets return, C. M. - - - 114 
I know that my Redeemer lives, L. M. - - 33 
I w ill extol thee, Lord, on high, L. M. - - - 26 
I spread my sins before the Lord, L. M. - - 84 
I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, CM. - - 147 
In Judah the Almig ty's known, L. M. 6 lines. 193-5 
In deep distress, I oft have cried, L. M. 6 lines. - 200 
In God's own house pronounce his praise, C. M. 116 
In mercy, not in wrath rebuke, CM. - - - 101 
Indulgent sovereign of the skies, L. M. - - 89 
Jehovah reigns, he dwells in light, L. M. - - 16 
Jesus wher'er thy people meet, L. M - - 55 

Join all the glorious names, H. M. ... 22S 
Judge me, O God, and plead my cause, C. M. - 125 
Kingdoms and thrones to God belong, C. M. 41—63 
Let all the earth their voices raise, L. P. M. - 207 
Let all the lands, with shouts of joy, C. M. 105-126 
Let children hear the mighty deeds, C. M. - - 102 
Let every creature join, H. M. ... 221 

Let death dissolve my body now, C. M. - - 145 

Let sinners lake their course, S. M. ... 187 
Lord, what our ears have heard, S. M. - - 182 

Lo! God is here! let us adore, L. M. - - - 12 
Lo! the inightv God appeal ing, 8's. 7's. 4's. - - 261 
Lo! the Lord Jehovah liveth, 8's. & 7's. - - 239 
Lo! he comes, with clouds descending, 8's, 7's. k 4's. 276 
Life is the time to serve the Lord, L. M. - 97-203 
Long as I live I'll bless thy name, C. M. - - 97 
Lord dismiss us with thy blessing, 8's. 7's. & 4's. - 256 
Lord let us to our refuge fly! C M. - - - 119 
Lord, my God, how long by thee, 7's. ... 241 
Loud Hallelujah's to the Lord, L. M. - - - 22 
Lord, hear me, when without disguise, C. M. - 95 
Lord, hear my words, my spirit see, L. M. - 82 
Lord, hear the voice of my complaint, C. M. - - 85 
Lord, how shall wretched siimers dare, L. M. - 34 
Lord, what a wretched land is this, C. M. - 104 
Lord, how delightful 'tis to see, L. M.- 37 
Lord, what is man, poor feeble man, CM. - - 95 
Lord, what our ears have heard, S. M. - - 182 
Lord, who among the sons of men, CM. - - 121 



INDEX OF THE HiMNS. 



Lord, when thou didst ascend on high, L. M. - 35-60 

Lord, we come before thee now, 7's. - - 245 

Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes, L. M. - - - 86 

Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I, L. M. - 86 

Make us by thy transforming grace, L. M. - - 12 

Mine eves and my desire, S. M. ... - 183 

Mighty God, eternal Father, 8's. & 7's. - - 255 

My God, mv King, thy various praise, 51 

My God, my life, my love, S. M. ... 180 

My spirit looks to God alone, L. M. 29 

My soul, be on thy guard, S. M. ... 189 

My soul, come meditate the day, CM.- - - 120 

My soul lies cleaving to the dust, C. M. - - 145 

My soul, thv great Creator praise, L. M. • - 54 

No change of time shall ever shock, L. M. - - 22 

Not to the terrors of the Lord, C. M. • - 117 

Now begin the heavenly theme, 7's. ... 235 

Now be my heart inspir'd to sing, L. M. - 30 

Now may the God of grace and pow'r, L. M. - 88 

O all ye lands, in God rejoice, C M. - - - 94 

O all ye lands, rejoice in God, C. M. - - • 107 

O bless the Lord, my soul! S. M. ... 1S6 

O God, thou art my God alone, L. M. - - 63 

O God, my gracious God, to thee, L. P. M. - 208 

O God, my heart is fully bent, C. M. - - • 126 

O God of hosts, the mighty Lord, CM. - - 98 

O God, to earth incline, S. M. - - - - 150 

O holy, holy, holy Lord, L. M. .... 9 

O how blest the man, 7's. .... - 236 

O Lord, how many are my foes, L. M. - - 16 

O Lord, our heavenly King, S. M. - - - 185 

O praise the Lord! prepare. 10's. & ll's. - - 267 

O render thanks, and bless the Lord, C M. - 90-124 

O thou, that hear'st the prayer of faith, C. P. M. 212 

O Zion, tune thy voice, H. M 219 

On the mountain's top appearing, 8's. 7'.i. Sc 4. - 259 

On Jordan's stormy banks I stand, C. M. - - 117 

Opprest with guilt and full of fears, CM. - • 114 

Our days are as the grass, S. M. ... 186 

Oh may my heart by grace renew'd, C. M. - - 148 

Oh that men their songs would raise, 7's. - - 238 

Oh! that I knew the sacred place, CM. - - 146 

Oh praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song, 10 tt 11 279 

Oh praise the Lord, for he is good, CM. - - 123 

Oh praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice, 276 

Oh where shall rest be found, S. M. - - - 182 

Pleasing spring again is here, 7's. .... 236 

Praise to God, his glory bless, 7's. ... 232 

Praise to God! — immortal praise, 7's. ... 231 

Praise the Lord! ye heavens adore him, 8's. & 7's. 249 

^raise ye Jehovah's name, 6's. Sc 4's. ... 272 

Preserve me Lord in time of need. L M • - 67-85 



Raise your triumphant songs, S. M. 

Rebuke me not, Lord, forgive, C. M. 

Rejoice in Jesus birth! S. M. - 

Safely through another week, 7's. 6 lines. - 

Search my heart, my action prove, 7's. or 8's. 

Sing praises to our God, S. M. - 

Sing to the Ix>rd, ye distant lands! C. M. 

Sing to the Lord most high, S. M. - 

Shall we go on to sin, S. M. 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord forgive, L. M. 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord forgive, L. M. 

Stand up, and bless the Lord, S. M. - 

Stand up, rny soul, shake off thy fears, L. M. ■ 

Stay, thou insulted spirit, stay, L. M. 

Sweet is the work, my God, my King, L. M. ■ 

So let our lips and lives express, L. M. 

Son of God, thy blessing grant, 7's. 

Songs of mortal praise belong, C. M. • 

Songs of praise the angels sang, 7's. 

Songs anew of honor framing, 8's. 7's. & 4's. 

Sweet tlie lime, exceeding sweet! 7's. 

Thanks for mercy, Lord, receive, 7's. 

Teach me the measure of my days, C. M. 

'Tis by the faith of joys to come, L. M. 

The festal morn, my God is come, C P. M. • 

The dowry spring, at God's command, L. M. 

This is the day the Lord hath made, C. M. 

This is the word of trulh and love, L. M. 

'Twas by an order from the Lord, L. M. 

There is a stream, whose gentle How, L. M. 

There is an hour of peaceful rest, 8's. & 6's. ■ 

The Lord is our shepherd, ll's. 

The Lord my pasture shall prepare, L. M. 6 li 

The Lord my pasture shall prepare, L. M. 6 li 

The love of the spirit I sing, 8's. - 

The L>rd hath spoke, the mighty God, L. M. i 

The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, L. M. 

The Lord! how wondrous are his ways, L. M. 

The Lord on high proclaims, S. M. 

The Lord in Zion ever reigns, L. M. - 

The Lord is our shepherd, our guardian, ll's. 

The Lord is judge before his throne, L. M. 

The Lord my shepherd is, S. M. 

The Lord Jehovah reigns, H. M. - 

The Lord Jehovah reigns, S. M. 

The Lord Jehovah reigns, S. P. M. 

The Lord unto my prayer attend, C. M. 

The Saviour lives no more to die, L. M. - 

The day is past and gone, S. M. 

The day is far spent, 10's. & ll's. or H'« 

The time is short! sinners beware, C M. - 

The trees of God, without the care, L. M. 



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! Thus far the Lord hath led me on, L. M • • 46 

J Thou blest Redeemer, dying Lamb! CM.- . ]](J 

j The voice of free grace cries, 12's. - - . 268 

Thrice happy man! who fears the Lord, L. M. - 61 

I Through every age eternal God, L. M. - . - 83 

Thy name Almighty Lord, S. M. ... 181 

I The rising God forsakes the tomb, L. M. - - 50 

1 To bless thy chosen race, S. M. - - - . 151 
j To God I cried with mournful voice, CM. - -146 

J To God I lift mine eyes, H. M. - - - . 228 

[ To God, the j;reat, the ever blest, L. M. - - 49 

To God the Father's throne, H. M. - - . 220 

J To our Redeemer's glorious name, C. M. - - 92 

| To thy temple we repair, 7's. .... 242 

j To thy pastures, fair and large, 7's. ■ • - - 245 

j Unveil thy bosom faithful tomb, L. M. - - 87 

! Vainly through night's weary hours, 8's. & 7's. - 248 

j Wake, O my soul, and hail the morn, L. M. - 33 

t Wake the sung of Jubilee, 7's. .... 233 

We come w ith joyful songs, S. M. - - - 152 

Welcome, delightful morn! H. M 227 

What glory gilds the sacred page, C M. - - 122 

When at this distance, Lord, we trace, L. M. - 10 

When dangers, woes, or death are nigh, L. M. - 88 

When death appears before iny sight, C. M. - - 98 

When gathering clouds around I view, L. M. 6 lines 199 

When youth and age are snatched away, CM. - 119 

With grateful hearts, with joyful tongues, L. P. M. 202 

Who, O Lord, when life is o'er, 7's, or 8's. & 7's. 2M 

Who shall ascend thy heavenly place, L. M. - 34 

Who but thou, Almighty Spirit, 8's. 7's. & 4's. - 262 

Why droops my soul, with grief opprest, L. M. - 44 

Why should we start, and fear to die'! L. M. - - 205 

When the winter's tempest lowers, 8's. St 7's. - 248 

Ye angels who stand round the throne, S's. - - 257 

Ye mighty rulers of the land, L. M. ... 53 

Ye nations round the earth, rejoice, L. M. • - 7-17 
Ye nations round the earth, rejoice, L. M. - - 47-99 

Ye christian heroes, go proclaim, L. M. - - 45 

Ye saints and servants of the Lord, L. P. M. - 204 

Ye saints and servants of the Lord, L. M. 6 lines. - 197 

Ye servants of God, 10's. and ll's. ... 378 

Ye sinners, fear the Lord, S. M. - - - - 178 

Ye boundless realms of joy, H. M. ... 222 

Ye sons of earth arise, S. M. .... 157 

Ye sons of men, a feeble race, CM.- - - 127 

Ye tribes of Adam, join, H. M. - - - - 213 

Ye trembling captives hear, S. M. - - - 154 

Yes, we'll record thy matchless love, L. M. - - 27 
Your harps, ye trembling saints, S. M. - 167-185 

Zion, now arise and thine, 7't. j.*^^..' * , • 241 



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Abt Vogler H. M. - - 228 

Adoration, L. M. - 9 

Agricola, S. M. - - - 157 

Allegris Chant, C. M. - 117 

Amon, L. M. - - 54 

American Chant, L. M. - 43 

American Psalm, C. M. - 98 

Ambrose, L. M. 6 lines. - 201 

America, L. M. - - - 7 

Amsterdam, 7's. & &§. - - 274 

Aquuila, L. M. - - - 49 

Arkansaw, L. M. - 63 
Atheist, S. M. ... 189 

Bach. Seb. H. M. - - - 219 

Baptist, L. M. - 40 

Barrington, S. M. - - 185 

Beethoven, 7's. - - 230 

Belleville, S. M. - - - 185 

Bishop Heber, L. M. - - 12 

Bithynia, CM. - - - 107 

Boston, L. M. - - - 51 
Bowdoin Square, Chant, C. M. 121 

Bryant, L. M. - - - 36 

Cannabich, CM. - - 100 
Calvin, L. M. ... 53 

Caiphas, L. M. - - • 84 

Canaan, H. M. - - - 218 

Cappadocia, CM. - - 105 

Cathedral Chant, L. M. - - 26 

Cape Ann Chant, C. M. - 120 

Cenchrea Chant, L. M. - 44 

Cherokees, L. M. - - - 85 

Cherubini, S. P. M. - - 213 

Choral Song, L. M. - - 86 

Chorister, L. M. 6 line*. - 200 

Christian Hymn, L. M. - 23 

Christmas, 8's. & 7's. . . 278 



Chestnut Street, L. M. - 59 

Chapman, L. M. - - 58 

Christmas Chant, S. M. - • 160 

Clementi, 7's. - - - 245 

Convent Chant, L. M. - 42 

Contanzi, S. P. M. - 216 

Confession, L. M. - - - 39 

Confidence, L. M. 6 lines. - 199 

Consolation, L. M. - 54 

Collocution, L. M. • 38 

Columbia, L. M. - - 99 

Crucifixion, L. M. - - 50 

Cuba, 8's. 279 

Danzis' Chant, S. M. - - 160 

Darkness, C. M. - - - 145 

Death Chant, CM. - - 119 

Devotion, CM.- - - 145 

Denton, L. M. - - 57 

Diabelli, 7's. 6 line*. • • 250 

Distress, L. M. - - - 85 

Dittersdorf, S. M. - - - 159 

Doria, CM. - - - 149 

Eastport, L. M. - - - 22 

Easter Hymn, L. M. - - 33 

Eberwein, S. P. M. - - 217 
Eischleben, 10's. & 11's.or ll's. 270 

Eisenhofer, L. M. - - - 81 

Eliot's Hymn, L. M. - - 52 

Elam, 8's. 3's. & 6's. - - 275 

Eleazar Chant, S. M. - - 183 

Epaphras, S. M. - - 155 

Episcopal Chant, S. M. - - 177 

Eternity, CM. 106 

Ethiopia, L. M. - - - 28 

Evening Hour, S. M. - - 188 

Evening Chant, L. M. - - 46 



Evidence, S. M. - - 187 

Exploration, CM. - - 91 

Expiation, C. P. M. - - 211 

Exhortation, CM. 92 
Factum, CM. ... 90 

Festival Tune, S. M. - » 150 

Festival Chant, H. M. - 227 

Feska,C.M.- - - - 147 

Ferari, H. M. 226 

Firmament, L. M. - - 38 
Flints Tune, 8's. 7's. & 4. - 258 

Frescobaldi, 7's. - - - 231 
Front Street, Chant, S. M. - 182 

Galilee, ll's. - - - - 269 

German Chant, L. M. - 43 

Gibeon, L. P. M. - - - 202 

Gilead, L. M. 6 lines. - - 193 

Gluck, 7's. or 8's. & 7's. - 240 

God's Presence, L. M. - - 12 

Gomorrah, L. M. 84 

Gospel, L. M. - - 11 

Gratitude, L. M. - - 13 

Green Valley, 7's. - - 236 

Graun, 8's. & 7's. - - - 247 

Gruner, 8's. 7's. & 4's. - 256 

Great Britain, CM. - - 123 

Greenton, CM. - - 125 

Hallelujah, C. M. - - - 105 
Handel's Song, L. M. 6 lines. 190 

Haslinger, L. M. - - - 55 
Hanson, 10's. ... 264 

Haydn's Chant, S. P. M. 214-215 

Harpshead, S. M. - - - 178 

Hartford Chant, L. M. - 60 

Harmony Chant, CM.- - 97 

Hebrew Hymn, L. M. - 29 



Hiller, L.M. - - 56 

Hicht, 10's. - 266 

Hope, CM.--- 98 

Hofmeister, CM. - - 147 

Homilius, 7's. - - 237 

Honesty, CM.- - - 93 

Hosanna, CM. - - - 96 

Hoseah, L. M. 6 lines. - 196 

Humility, CM. - 146 

Hummel, CM.- - - 99 

Hussitan Chant, CM.- - 116 

Hymn for all Mankind, L. M. 17 

Iconium, S. M. - - - 187 

Illinois, L. M. - - - 63 

Immortality, L. M. - 87 

Innocence, L. M. - - 34 

Independence, L. M. - 347 

Indiana, L. M. - - - 59 

Ireland, CM. - - - 126 

Isaiah, S. M. - - - 153 

Israel, L. M. - - - - 22 

Jericho, S. M. - - - 151 

Jewry, L. M. 6 lines. - - 192 
Jomelli,7's. ... 233 

Job, L.M. - - 34 

Joshua, CM. - - 115 

King David, L. M. - - 20 

King Solomon, C. M. - - 102 

King Street, L. M. - - 60 

Koerner, L. M. - - 81 

Kospoth, 8's. Si 7's. or 7's. - 254 
Kreutzer, 7's. or 8's. & 7*s. - 239 

Krommer, L. P. M. - - 206 

Kuhnau's Chant, 10's. - 265 

Kuhlau, 10's. & ll's. - - 267 

Latria. S. M. - 153 



INDEX OF THE TUNES 



122 
244 

263 
238 
233 
41 
126 
276 



Latrobe, 7's. - - - 238 \ 

Leo Hassler, 7's. - - - 241 j 

Lecture, C. M. - 95 i 

Leuthard's Cliant, 7's. - - 243 

Lent, C. M. ... 148 | 

Life's Thought, C. M. - -..113 

Life's Pilgrimage, C. M. - 104 

Efcchfield, C. M. - - 122 

Lowett. L. M. - - 32 

Louis Chant, C. M. - - 117 I 

Luther, L. M. - 10 ! 

Luther's Chant, L. M. - - 44 I 

Luther's Song, C. M. - - 109 ] 

Lystra, S. M. - 153 j 
Lynn, C. M. 
Marchner, 8's. & 4's. 
Maon, 8's. &. 6's. 
Marpurg, 7's. 

Mareello, 7's. ... 
Idagnificat, L. M. - 
Marlow, C M. - 

Massachusetts, 8's. 7's. & 4's. 

Maurer, 7's. 6 lines. - - 251 
Melanchthon, L. M. - 
Mehul, 8's. & 7's. - 
Messiah, L. M. - 
Methfessel, C. M. - 
Metz, 7's. 

Missionaiy Song, C. M. - 103 i 

Missionary Chant, L. M. 45 j 

Mozart's Song, L. M. - - 30 1 

Montreal, S. M. - - - 186 i 

Mortality, L. M. - - - 205 i 

Moravian Chant, L.'M. - 45 

Morning Prayer, C. M. - 106 

Morning Hymn, C. M. - 108 

Mourning Chant, C. M. - 118 

Mount Sinai, H. M. 222 

Mount Horeb, 10's. & ll's. 276 

Mount Horeb, ll's. - 361 

Mount Vernon, L. M. - - 57 

Muffat, 7's. or 8's. & 7's. - 246 ] 

Naumann, H. M. - - 220 j 



53 i 
249 t 
21 
112 
232 



Nantucket Chant, C. M. 
Natchez, C. M. 
Nashville, C. M. - 
Neukomm, S. M. - 
New Bethlehem, S. M. 
Neefe, 8's. 7's. & 4. 
New England, L. M. 
New Jerusalem, 12's. 
New Jerauld, 8, <fc 7. 
New Nazareth, C. M. - 
Nineveh, C. M. 
Niagara, S. M. 
Nova Scotia Chant, S. M. 
NorthChurch, L. M. - 
Obligation, C. M. - 
Old China, ... 
Old Hundred, L. M. 
Old Chant, L. M. 
Old Jerauld, 8, & 7. 
Olympus, L. M. 
Onslow, 5's. &. 8's. 
Orator, L. M. 
Orthodox, L. M. 
Oreville, S. M. - 
Otis, L. M. - 
Paer, L. M. 
Palestrina, 7's. 
Pamphylia, L. M. 6 lines. 
Pastoral Chant, S. M. 
Passover, S. M. 
Patmos Chant, C. M. - 
Peace, L. M. 
Penitence, L. M. 
Pergolesi, H. M. 
Percival, L. M. 
Pcrsis, CM. - 
Persecution, L. M. 
Phehe, S. M. 
Pickering, H. M. 
Pisari, L. M. 
Pisidia, S. M. 
Piccini, 8's. & 7's. - 
Pilgrim's Chant, Ta. 

z 



120 
127 
127 

158 
152 
259 
35 
268 
248 
114 
114 
186 
181 
62 j 
97 
377 i 
89 i 
42 j 
248 
47 
252 I 
15 | 
31 
178 
61 
83 
235 
191 ! 
177 j 



- 189 i 
121 | 

88 i 

- 23 ' 
229 

- 18 

- 109 

16 t 
154 j 

- 221 

56 

- 188 j 

- 239 
242 



Priscilla, L. M. ■ - - - 47 

Puma Delgada, 8's. - 257 

Rameau, L. M. - - - 82 

Redemption, C. M. 94 

Reicha, 7's. or 8, & 7. - - 253 

Regency, L. M. - - - 16 

Rememhrance, L. M. - - 27 

Rieder's Chant, 8's. 7's. & 4. 262 

Ries, F. 7's. - - - 245 

Righini, 7's. - - - - 235 

Roman Chant, 7's. - - 242 
Romherg, C. M. - 
Rosetti, H. M. - 
Roxbury, C. M. - 
Sabhath, L. M. - 
Sabbath Chant, C. M. - 
Sanctification, L. M. - 
Salieri, C. P. M. - 
Samaria, L. M.- 
Santa Crux. S. M. 
Sabbath Morning, L. M. 
Schneider, 7's. or 6's. Pec 
Seyfried, 6's. & 4's. - 
Shadrach, L. M. 6 lines. 
Shimmin, 8's. & 7's. 

Silvanus, L. M. 6 lines. - - 197 

Sinner, CM. - - - 146 

Sodom, L. M. - - - 86 

Spazier, 8's. 7's. & 4. - - 261 

Spohr, L. P. M. - - 207 

St. Luke, CM. - - - 116 

St. Timotheus, C M. - 110 

St. Simon, L. M. 8 

St. Domingo Chant, S. M. 179 
Steffanis Chant, L. M. 6 lines. 198 

Staddlcr, L. M. - 55 

Stoelzel, H. M. - 223 

Sterkel, 8's. & 7'e. - - 255 

Sussmaier, 6's. & 4's. - 271 

Sunrise, L. P. M. - - - 204 

Supplication, CM. - - 95 

Surinam, - 277 

Snnbury, S. M. - - - 180 



1 

128 ! 
224 | 
124 1 
37 

118 | 

19 
209 

25 
183 

8 

252 j 
272 ! 
195 
244 i 



Sumatra Chant, S. M. - Itsl 

Syria, 10's & ll's - - 275 

Telemann's Chant, 7's. - - 243 

Temple Song, L. M. - - 32 

Tetrarch, L. M. 24 

Temple Chant, L. M. - - 46 

The city of David, L. M. - 33 

The Holy City, L. M. - 87 

The pious man, L. M. - - 88 

The rich man, L. M. - - 203 

The righteous, L. M. - - 31 

Thessalonica, L. M. 6 lines. 194 

Thanksgiving, S. M. - - 184 

Tomascheck, S. M. - - 156 

Treasure, L. M. 14 

Transientness, L. M. 48 

Trust, CM. - - - - 148 

Tychicus, S. M. - - 154 

Ulowetti, L. M. - - 26 

Ungelenk, C. M. - - - 101 

Utica, S. M. - - - 182 

Uxbridge, L. M. - - - 64 

Vera Crux Chant, S. M. - 179 

Vierling, 8's. 7's. & 4's. - 260 

Viotti, L. M. ... 83 

Volland, S. M. - - - 157 

Ward, L. M. - - 64 

Waker, L. P. M. - - 208 

Waynesboro' C. M. - - 125 

Weigl, 8's. & 7's. - - - 254 

Weinlich, S. M. - - 158 

Weber, 7's. - - - 234 

Webster's Chant, 8's. - 257 

Webb. G. 5's. & 6's. - - 273 

Wessely, 7's. - - 230 

World's Prayer, L. M. - - 89 

Wrar;itzky, C. P. M. - 212 

Zaccheus, S. M. - - 150 

Zacchini, C. P. M. - - 210 

Zanesville, S. M. - - 180 

Ziklag, 7's. - - - 236 

Zumsteg, S. M. - - 159 



ANTHEMS. — METRICAL INDEX. — CHANTS. 



Arm ol the Lord, awake! . Hymn. 329 

Awake! ye saints, awake! . . . Antliem. 372 

Behold, God is my salvation, . . Motetto. 340 

Behold, Lord is my salvation, . . . Sentence. 295 

Blessed are they, O Lord, . . . Motetto. 302 

Blessed is the man, (first Psalm,) . Motetto. 379 

•<$► Blessed be the Lord forever more, . Sentence. 316 

Blessed is the people that know, . Motetto. 317 

Create in me a clean heart, . . . Motetto. 274 

Christ ottr Lord is ris'n to day, . . Anthem. 299 

Daughters of Jerusalem, . . Sentence. 288 

Eliot's memory, . .... Funeral H. 332 

First Psalm, Motetto. 379 

Father, O Father, Miss. Hy. 366 

<>• Great Jehovah! .... Doxologic. 309 

■fy Glory to God on high! . . . Anthem. .771 

God of salvation hear us, . . Anthem. 260 

<>■ Gracious Spirit, love divine, . . Choral An. 253 

Great God our voice to thee we raise, Anthem. 211 

How beautiful upon the mountains, . Motetto. 374 

Hail thou long expected Jesus, . . Anthem. 247 

He, who on earth as man was known, Anthem. 110 

How sweet, how heavenly is the sight, Anthem. 100 

How wond'rons and great, thy works, Anthem. 273 

«j> I will arise and go to my Father, . Motetto. 293 

<J» Kingdoms and thrones to God beloag, Anthem. 41 

4* Let children hear the might* deeds, Anthem. 102 

♦ Lord dismiss us with thy blessing, Doxology. 256 

Men of God, go take your stations, . Anthem. 324 

My heart is fixed, O Lord, . . Motetto. 285 

My voice shalt thou hear, . . . Sentence. 371 

<> Mighty God, eternal father, . . Anthem. 255 

O give thanks, ... . Motetto. 349 

O praise God in his holiness, . . Moietto. 336 

O thou, that hear'st the prayer of faith. Choral. 212 

•<> Praise God, from whom all blessings flow, Doxologie. 323 

•<>• Praise God, from whom all blessings flow, Anthem. 298 

Praise ye the Lord, praise the Lord, Motetto. 311 

4> Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him, Anthem. 249 

^ Praise ye Jehovah's name, . . Anthem. 272 

Repent ye, for the kingdom of heaven ■ Anthem. 277 

Save Lord, or we perish! . Hymn. 348 



Sing unto God, O ye kingdoms of the earth, 
Songs anew of honor framing, . 

The glory of the Lord, . . . 

<► The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, 

The Lord is great! 

The Lord will comfort Zion, . 

The Lord is in his holy temple, 

<► To God the father, 

Through every age, 

•<£>• The day is far spent, 

<j> Tlie voice of free grace cries escape, 
There is an hour of peaceful rest, 

When the Lord shall build up Zion, Recit. & 

Wo unto them, .... 

•<;>• When stem oppression's, (Independence) 

4> Ye servants of God, 

<J> Ye nations round the earth rejoice, 



Motetto. 


280 


Anthem. 


258 


Motetto. 


354 


IS < 'i 1 1 ence. 


338 


Anthem. 


306 


Sentence. 


369 


Motetto. 


320 


Sent. Dox. 


339 


Hymn Dox. 


334 


Choral An. 


270 


Anthein. 


268 


Anllxm. 


263 


Motetto. 


289 


Hymn. 


362 


Hymn. 


347 


Temp. 


378 


Anthem. 


17 



^Ectrical I»sdex, &c. 



Page 7, as far as page 89. 

C. 171. 

Page 90, as far as page 149. 

s.n. 

Page 150, as far as page 189. 

I>. M. 6 Urines. 

Commencing page 190. 

Eta I*. 171. 

Commencing page 202. 

C. P. 171. 

Commencing page 209. j Page 



S. P. 171 

Commencing page 213. 

h. m. 

Commencing page 218. 

_ 7's. 

Commencing page 230—252. 

8's. & 7's. 

Commencing page 246, and 
pages 239, 240, 253 & 255. 

7's. 6 Lines. 

Page 250-251. 

Si's. &, 8's. 



7's. or 6's. Pec. 

Page 252. 

8's. 

Page 257-279. 
8'S. 7'S. & 4'S. 

Commencing page 256. 

S's. <&. 6's. 

Page 263. 

10's. 

Pages 264, 265, 266. 

10's. & ll's. 

Pages 267, 270,275, 276, 378. 

1 1 »S. 

Pages 269-270, 279. 

ll's. & 12's. 

Page 277 



13'8. 

Page 268. 

6's. & 4's. 

Pages 271-272. 

7's. & 6's. 

Page 274. 

8's. 3's. & 6's. 

Page 275. 

5's. & 7's. 

Page 378. 

5's. & 6's. 

Tage 273. 

8's. 6's. & 4. 

Page 278 



Chants. 



252 



Venite, Exukemus Domino, 






No. 1 


Gloria Patri, 






. No. 2 










Benedictus, .... 






. No. 4 


Cantate Domino, . .. . 






No. 5 


Bonum est Confiicri, . . 






. No. 6 


Deus Miseratur, . . 






No. 7 


Benedic anima Mca, 






. No. 8 


One additional Cuntnte Domino, 






. No. 9 


One additional Gloria Patri, 






No. 10 


Gloria hi excelsis, 






No. 11 



%■ Signifies Short Antbems, Hvmn StvU. 



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